Hurricane Jose Expected To Cause Rip Currents At Tri-State Area Beaches This WeekendAll three state park beaches – Jones Beach, Robert Moses and Hither Hills – have lifeguards working through the weekend.
Worries Mount Over Dangerous Rip Currents Along Jersey ShoreRip currents are now blamed for more than two dozen drownings since May along the Jersey Shore.
Beachgoers Warned To Watch For Warning Signs Of Rip CurrentsAlready this summer, four children have lost their lives after venturing into the ocean.
Lifeguards Warn Of Dangerous Rip Currents At Jersey Shore Ahead Of Labor DayDangerous rip currents are going to be a problem for the Jersey Shore over the next few days.
Concerns Mount About Rip Currents As Swimmers Pack BeachesAs people packed the beaches for Memorial Day, lifeguards said it is crucial that everyone understand the risk and think about what they will do if caught up in a rip current.
Expert Warns Of Dangerous Rip Currents As Storm Passes Off New Jersey CoastThe best and oldest advice: swim near a lifeguard.
Experts Offer Advice After Recent Drownings Off Long IslandIt was advice two Brooklyn victims failed to heed when they went swimming off the Long Island shore.
Police: Swimmer Caught In Rip Current Off Long Beach Has DiedA Brooklyn man who was pulled from the water off Long Beach, Long Island, on Saturday night after being caught in a rip current has died, police said.
Tri-State Area Ready For Labor Day Holiday WeekendNice weather is predicted for the start of the Labor Day holiday weekend across the Tri-State areas as people celebrate the final weekend of summer.
Hurricane Cristobal To Churn Surf Along Jersey ShoreSwimmers and lifeguards are facing a high risk for rip currents along New Jersey beaches.
Long Beach Lifeguards On High Alert Due To Rip CurrentsIn Long Beach, the town deployed more than 100 beach patrol personnel Saturday to cover more than 4 miles of beach.
Strong Rip Currents Lead Norwegian Cruise Liner To Cause Minor Scare At Pier 88The Coast Guard said that strong currents in the Hudson River forced the gigantic Norwegian cruise liner to use more propulsion.

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